Election poster for Patrick Munden, who later represented Rathmines and Pembroke
Born in 1883 in Allahabad, Patrick Munden was the son of an officer in the Indian Army. A successful architect and engineer, Munden left his mark on Dublin, working on Grangegorman Mental Hospital as well as many churches. A member of the Irish Volunteers, he was involved in the Howth gun-running episode of 1914 and was later held in Dublin Castle during Easter 1916.
Munden would go on to represent Rathmines and Pembroke, but on this occasion he failed in a bid for the Dáil, finishing last of 20 candidates in Dublin South, with 0.57% of the vote.
With thanks to Stephen Stokes
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